Gifts To Bring Good Luck

A dreamcatcher with multi-coloured lights in the background

What do fish, a dreamcatcher and a ladybird all have in common?

They're all seen as symbols of good luck in various countries around the world. We've all heard of the humble four leaf clover, but what gifts do we give to bring a little good fortune and happiness?

Here we bring you our rundown of the best good luck gifts we could find...


How about a bonbonniere?

...traditionally these little boxes are filled with sweet treats, and have been given out for many centuries in France and Italy. Bonbonnieres are thought to bring good luck, so are given out on special occasions like a birthday or a wedding. How about these little beauties below?


A black bonbonniere filled with gold chocolate coins

Bonbonniere luxe - for chocolate lovers, £39

Filled with fairtrade chocolates, this handmade solid clay bonbonniere features a matt black exterior, glossy black interior and a dark red cork leather handle. A good luck gift that oozes style and sophistication...


A clay bonbonniere filled with chocolates

Bonbonniere luxe - fill your own, £34

Whether they're partial to liquorice, gummy bears or dried fruit and nuts... simply fill this bonbonniere with their favourite treats and you'll have them eating from the palm of your hand!



A bonbonniere filled with trinkets and jewellery

Bonbonniere luxe - trinket & jewellery box, £34

If sweet treats isn't their thing, our bonbonniere also makes a great trinket or jewellery box. It will store anything from loose coins to prized jewellery, in style.




More good luck ideas, for good causes...

All the luck in the world card

Personalised good luck card, £3.29

Give them a card, personalised with their name, to wish them all the luck in the world. Even better, proceeds go to the charity Macmillan cancer support.






Gift someone a pig

 This little piggy changes lives, £11

 In China, the pig is a symbol of good luck. Now you can gift a little piggy, knowing your money is going to Concern, a UK based charity, which works tirelessly to create a world free from poverty.





A lucky dragonfly necklace

Lucky dragonfly necklace, £72.99

This gorgeous sterling silver necklace symbolises power and prosperity. This intricate piece is crafted by hand and is sure to bring luck to whoever wears it, plus you're supporting UNICEF at the same time.



Wishing you all the luck in the world,

The boostology team




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